|The Coffee House - Willing Spirit - Mark Cohen|
Author Dr. Matthew Sleethe, an evangelical Christian, explains why he believes it is his religious duty to combat climate change.
Keywords: evangelical; Christian; climate change
|coffeehouse_134_Chris_Van_Hollen - Mark Cohen|
Rep. Chris Van Hollen (D-MD) chairs the Democratic Congressional Campaign Committee whose efforts helped Democrats pick up another 22-plus seats in the 2008 elections, solifying their majority. Here, Van Hollen addresses the 2008 campaign, his role in the Democratic leadership, and energy and climate change policy in the Obama administration and on Capitol Hill. (Host: Mike Tidwell)
Keywords: politics; Obama; Congress; climate change; energy
|We Are All Smith Islanders: Global Warming in Maryland, Virginia and DC - Mark Cohen|
This 2004 "Monty" award-winning film, "We Are All Smith Islanders," demonstrates how global warming is changing the Chesapeake Bay region, using the waning livelihoods of Smith Island watermen as its main example. The film explores how global warming is affecting agriculture, wildlife, health and tourism throughout the Chesapeake Bay, and how the crisis is expected deepen without immediate action. The film also looks at clean energy solutions that can help slow and possibly stop human-induced gl...
Keywords: climate change; global warming; Chesapeake
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|THE COFFEE HOUSE #144 - Mark Cohen|
This month on The Coffee House: A POWERFUL NEW FORCE FOR CHANGE IN CONGRESS Elected to Congress in 2008, Rep. Donna Edwards (D-MD) has quickly emerged as a national voice for progressive health care reform and for a closer look at our goals and exit strategy in Afghanistan. A member of the Science and Technology Committee, Rep. Edwards discusses the efficacy of carbon sequestration as a solution for climate change...
Keywords: legislation; health care; Afghanistan; gardening; nuclear power; climate change; poetr; music
|The Coffee House - November 2006 - Mark Cohen|
On The Coffee House in November 2006: Law professor Michael Pinard on the pitfalls in denying ex-offenders the right to vote; evangelical Dr. Matthew Sleethe on why combating climate change is a Christian duty; Potomac Riverkeeper director Ed Merrifield on the discovery of fish with both male and female sexual characteristics in the Potomac River; poets Thomas Sayers Ellis, Native Son and Judith Harris; and Brazilian music by Du Maracatu.
Keywords: ex-offender; disenfranchisement; evangelical; climate change; endocrine disrupter; Potomac River
|The Coffee House - January 2007 - Mark Cohen|
January 2007 in The Coffee House: BURNING TOBACCO IN THE MARYLAND GENERAL ASSEMBLY It's called the Maryland Health Initiative and it aims to increase the number of residents with health insurance and fund anti-smoking education by doubling the state tax on a pack of cigarettes. Maryland Health Care for All! Coalition director Vincent Demarco argues that the bill will save thousands of lives by deterring smoking among teens and low-income residents, and save the state and taxpayers big dollars in...
Keywords: health care; tobacco; climate change; clean energy; worker health and safety; poetry; music